Lilwik wrote:It's very hard to be sure that there isn't some heavily veiled unit somewhere up there spying on you. I suspect a doombat could easily hide and watch unless heavy precautions are taken. Searching the sky may also help train the troops in being observant.Lipkin wrote:So far, it's been said in comic that it is impossible to fight at night. So then why searchlights?I expect that they are training. The more they train, the better they get, and since they work for Charlie that may mean they train at all hours.Lipkin wrote:And why are Charlie's forces mustered for war in the dead of night?Where do we know that from?Lipkin wrote:No one knows where Charlie's capitol is.Surely that should be Findamancy. We haven't seen much of Findamancy, but judging from its name it should be the discipline that finds things.technojunkie wrote:Lookamancy was the component of the SPW spell that allowed location of the target.
Do scouts not trigger the Ruler's senses? Shouldn't they be aware of enemy forces in the city?
Seems like training at night shouldn't work. Doesn't seem like something that could happen off turn, otherwise, why wouldn't everyone do it?
I seemed to remember the Decrypted Archons telling Parson that Charlie's level 5 city was hidden. On review, I was mistaken.
Had another thought about Charlie. We've been theorizing that Gk is going to end up allied with TV, after Caesar takes over. But it just occurred to me that Charlie will very obviously know of Caesar's increasing dissatisfaction. All of Casesar's interaction with Bunny was via Thinkogram after all, and the chief warlord of TV would be a high priority to listen in on. Charlie could tip off Don, or back Caesar's take over, at his whim.